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Flaws are found in validating medical studies

Many see need to overhaul standards for peer review

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / August 15, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- They are two of the most widely publicized pieces of medical research in recent years: Reports in prestigious journals declared that women who underwent hormone replacement therapy, and people who ingested large amounts of Vitamin E, had relatively low rates of heart disease. (Full article: 1401 words)

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